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Die Puppe

(Movie) Ernst Lubitsch, 1919

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by Bob Hendrikx on 02/02/2011:

Notes on DIE PUPPE [film 1919] [score 2004]
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Silent Movie – 1919 Version: 48 minutes
www.imdb.com/title/tt0010600/
Director: Ernst Lubitsch [1892-1947] www.imdb.com/name/nm0523932/
First Screened: 5 December 1919 www.imdb.com/title/tt0010600/releaseinfo

Restored Version: 58 minutes
Screening of DIE PUPPE with first performance of Morricone's score: 3 May 2004
Location: Auditorium del Goethe Institut di Roma
Live performance by Ensemble AleaNova: Alessandro Sbordoni, Daniela Del Monaco, Igor Fiorini, Giovanni Guaccero, Paolo Marchettini, Gianfranco Tedeschi.
"Sonorizzazione dal vivo [live soundtrack] del film DIE PUPPE di Ernst Lubitsch con la partitura 'Multipla' di Ennio Morricone adattata ed eseguita dal [adapted and performed by] gruppo AleaNova".
www.giovanniguaccero.com/eng/morricone.php
www.giovanniguaccero.com/eng/aleanova.php
www.amadeusonline.net/news.php?ID=1082264400
www.lmic.lv/core.php/skandarbs.php?id=5250 – D21 – 25,29 October

"Random score by Ennio Morricone"
"Morricone's score is formed by a very large set of sound materials, though leaving room for improvisation"
"Three different types of musical material: melody, harmony and rhythm"
"Morricone used this paradigm/pattern in scores such as L'UCCELLO DALLE PIUME DI CRISTALLO" [1969]
www.giovanniguaccero.com/eng/morricone.php

Listen to 3-minute clip:
www.giovanniguaccero.com/eng/morricone.php – "AUDIO"

Morricone's score [2004] for DIE PUPPE [1919] has yet to be released on CD.

Two other silent movies scored by Ennio Morricone:
LA SIGNORA DELLE CAMELIE [film 1915] [score 1992]
www.chimai.com/mod_comment/dsp_detail.cfm?obj_cd=PRM&id=991281&com_id=1792&action=&nav=left&list_id=1
RICHARD III [film 1912] [score 1997]
www.chimai.com/mod_comment/dsp_detail.cfm?obj_cd=ALB&id=31&com_id=1863&action=&nav=left&list_id=1

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